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Trip Change - Single Review: Never Seen A Boy Like Me

24 Jan 2022 // A review by Chris Chick

It is not hard to know that I am fan of all music, I think the ability to pick up a musical instrument and compose a song is impressive. The intricacies of bringing many parts together and making the final product sound so good is beyond my capabilities. To bring many different genres of music together and pull it off with surprisingly amazing results is something to be extremely proud of, and low and behold, I think Trip Change have just gone and done it.

This song is so good on so many levels, I could just leave it like that and trust that you will go out of your way to listen to it, but that is not why I am paid the big bucks (That statement was false, I get paid with hugs and kind words) When I first played this song, the cute intro really had wondering where this song was going to go, I like that, I felt like I was Dungeons and Dragons again. When the melodic ska beat and deep bass line hit my listeners, I was ready for a good head bobbing, you cannot help it, it is like watching Leo Messi pick up the ball from the halfway line and start running at defenders, the magic is about to happen. Being in Aotearoa I feel my analogy of an Argentinian Footballer does no justice, so imagine an in form Beauden Barrett gliding through an Australian defence.

This song sounds better and better the more I listen to it, especially when the sun is breaking through the clouds after a heavy rainfall. The changes of sound are seamless throughout the song with a Latin inspired number coming in at the end just to remind your hips that there is a lot of moving still to come. Music should have the ability to change your mood, and this does a cracking job of doing that, I cannot imagine anyone listening to this and not smiling at the end. I have created a point system based on songs I review; on subjects I think are important.

Hip Shaking – 9 out of 10 without a doubt, I almost had to call the emergency services in for a full hip replacement.

Buy Grandma a Copy? – 8 out of 10, she always loved a good heart-warming love story about that courting stage.

Party Starter – 8 out of 10, I would not be afraid of putting this song on during a party of people I did not know, and if they complained? Shame on them.

Great song, great vibes and very excited to hear the album. Taranaki just keeps pumping out good bands, it must be the water, or lack of, who knows. Get this song and give as much loves as you can to this band, just simply awesome.

Rating: ( 4 / 5 )

About Trip Change

Trip Change is an originals band from Taranaki bringing you tasty organic sounds from the soul. Join us on this party to purify the soul; journey through sound, light and groove freshly distilled from Maunga Taranaki to the sea, and everywhere in between.

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